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Five Business Intelligence Predictions For 2014

While I don’t necessarily agree with all of them, this ones seems very realistic and bound to happen.

Internet of Things (IoT) starts to gain traction.

The explosion in “things” will generate a corresponding wave of rich new sources with varying data formats for edge analytics. IT is still struggling to keep up with the massive information coming from the mobile worker. With the advent of IoT, that mass of information will be multiplied with every asset across an organization, from the pressure sensor on the wellhead to the video monitor at the gas station pump. Business decisions will be accelerated in organizations that have a strategy for rapidly organizing and normalizing data across their ecosystem.

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2 thoughts on “Five Business Intelligence Predictions For 2014

  1. “IT is still struggling to keep up with the massive information coming from the mobile worker.”

    I think this is a legitimate fear. Mobile workforces means data comes from anywhere, at any time, in multiple forms. IT needs to be able to control, clean, and organize that information on the fly to make sure everyone has the same data no matter where they are.

  2. Javier says:

    The Business Intelligence involves having relevant information to help make both short-term decisions and strategies to create long, this is essential of any organization, especially if that information is about habits and behaviors of customers and potential customers. There are many ways to obtain this information, the most innovative is the one that gets through the phone. There is a newly established Spanish company working in this line.

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